Thank you Alon!! We appreciate Freehub very much and are very thankful for it. If there's any support we could offer, please let us know.
On Thu, Aug 11, 2022 at 12:28 AM Alon Salant email@example.com wrote:
Thanks for the heads up and sorry I was not aware of this before you brought it to my attention.
Cert is reissued so you should no longer get browser warnings. Let me know if you do.
It looks like the scheduled job that should automatically renew SSL certificates and notify me if it fails was removed in a recent upgrade of the server. I'm restoring it now.
Thanks for using Freehub!
On Wed, Aug 10, 2022 at 7:59 PM Alon Salant firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Certs should be automatically renewing. I’ll look at it in the morning.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2022 at 9:50 AM Jonathan Rosenbaum email@example.com wrote:
I observe what is going on. Freehub utilizes a Let's Encrypt certificate, and it just needs to be renewed. It expired on August 6. I am copying firstname.lastname@example.org so they know about the issue, and can resolve it.
On 2022-08-10 04:18, Queen City Bicycle wrote:
Yes, thank you Jonathan, I should have proofread my email - apologies, all.
The issue we've been having is that the security certificate for freehub.bikekitchen.org seems to be no longer valid (it expired August 6, 2022), which causes the web browser (Chrome, in our case) to act suspicious, and require frequent overrides.
We were wondering if anyone else was having similar trouble and were hoping to bring the issue to the attention of the folks with the capacity to address it (if they're not already working on it).
Sorry for not clarifying this in the first place.
For further clarification, our browsers were defaulting to https://freehub.bikekitchen.org which, because of the expired security certificate, will throw up a "Your connection is not private" warning page. Encouragingly, It does seem like using http://freehub.bikekitchen.org is an effective workaround - Chrome still reports the connection to be "Not Secure", but it doesn't interfere with its dramatic "Return to Safety" warning.
We rely on freehub, and are very grateful for it, and all of your support.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2022, 1:32 AM Jonathan Rosenbaum email@example.com wrote:
Freehub is working fine. The correct link is http://freehub.bikekitchen.org/ .
Freehub has a wiki at https://github.com/asalant/freehub/wiki .
On 2022-08-09 20:16, Queen City Bicycle wrote:
Just curious if any of y'all are having trouble using freehub.bikekitchen.com. If anyone knows any of the folks involved with the backend, we would appreciate any info and love to offer any support.
All the best, Tyler
-- Tyler Glodt Shop Manager Queen City Bicycle Collective 35 Elm Street Manchester, NH (978) 540-0405 qcbike.org
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